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  • explaine.rs

    An interactive Rust syntax playground

    For people who want to see it in action: https://jrvidal.github.io/explaine.rs/

  • syn

    Parser for Rust source code

    If such a service doesn't already exist, I guess the starting place would be to use the syn library. Instead of just dumping out tokens, the original source code would be annotated with explanations for each little bit of syntax. I'd have to think about how exactly to present that to increase comprehension.

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  • talent-plan

    open source training courses about distributed database and distributed systems

    I am doing pingcap's talent plan recently, where you need to implement a custom Deserializer for REdis Serialization Protocol for the building block 3. What confuses me most is the implementation of `EnumAccess` and `VariantAccess`. One of my attempt looks like the following:

  • serde-RESP

    Redis RESP protocol serialization and deserialization with serde

    The only hack I know is this, where a custom Deserialize is implemented instead of using the serde_derive's Deserialize.

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